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Community, Cultural and Global Awareness

Indicators

    1. Describes own heritage and community culture.
    2. Recognizes the connection among economic, social, ecological and political processes.
    3. Describes and discusses the social, ecological, and political processes of own community, nation, and the world.
    1. Practices the concept of individual rights.
    2. Demonstrates awareness of the basic principles of democracy.
    3. Practices civic responsibility.
    4. Recognizes the values of civic involvement in a democratic society.
    1. Accepts rights of individuals and groups to be different.
    2. Recognizes value of diversity in our society.
    3. Respects others when interacting with them.
    4. Initiates relationships with people from diverse backgrounds.
    1. Accepts rights of individuals and groups to be different.
    2. Recognizes value of diversity in our society.
    3. Respects others when interacting with them.
    4. Initiates relationships with people from diverse backgrounds.
    1. Recognizes importance of understanding social issues and problems.
    2. Describes social structures in own community and culture.
    3. Describes global social problems and needs.
    4. Works well with people having different ethnic, social, religious or educational backgrounds.
    1. Identifies relevance of historical events.
    2. Discusses current events on local, national, and global levels.
    3. Cites examples of historical events that have local, national, and worldwide impact.
    1. Recognizes the importance and complexity of working in the community.
    2. Recognizes the complexity of working in the community.
    3. Reflects upon the value of community involvement.
    4. Demonstrates civic responsibility.
    1. Recognizes how the field of study has an impact on the regional economy.
    2. Applies knowledge of field of study to global economic issues.
    3. Discusses the relationship between regional and global economies.
    1. Identifies key historical events in field of study.
    2. Recognizes how key historical events impact a field of study.
    3. Identifies correlation of events in field of study to the broader historical context.
    1. Identifies various art forms.
    2. Participates in an experience related to the arts.
    3. Recognizes the importance of art to the human experience.
    4. Discusses the relationship of art and culture.

Courses

The following are some of the courses that will provide assessment and artifacts for the Community, Cultural, and Global Awareness Success Skill:

  • General Sociology - (SOCI1101)
  • General Psychology - (PSYCH1101)
  • HC Cornerstone - (GS1000)
  • Cross Cultural Studies

Co-curricular

The following are some of the co-curricular activities that will provide assessment and artifacts for the Community, Cultural, and Global Awareness Success Skill:

  • Clubs
  • The Learning Connection (TLC)
  • Residence Hall Council
  • Q.U.E.S.T.
  • Bourbon Street Bash (The Inn at Hocking College)
  • Cinco de Mayo (The Inn at Hocking College)